Welcome to Bloomsbury, NJ


Photos by: Dave & Carrie Lowthert



Spring 2015 Newsletter

Bloomsbury Volunteer Opportunities

Pet Licenses 2015

Updates to Senior Services

Radon Test Kits - Hunterdon County Health Department

Radon Additional Information

New Animal Control

Most Requested Email Contacts

Mayor - Martha Tersigni*: mayor@bloomsburynewjersey.com

Clerk Lisa Burd Reindel : clerk@bloomsburynewjersey.com

See the Contact Information page for more contact information.

Please Note: We have had trouble forwarding of emails from our website email to Mayor Tersigni. We are working to correct to the problem, which happens intermittently. PLEASE ALLOW 5 BUSINESS DAYS for a response from the Mayor, then contact Borough Hall if you do not get one. Also consider CCing Lisa Burd Reindel on your email since there has been no trouble getting email to her.

Hunterdon County

HUNTERDON COUNTY SOLID WASTE AND RECYLCING SERVICES - 9am to 1pm (Rain or Shine), Saturday, July 11th and Saturday, November 14th at Hunterdon County Route 12 Complex 314 State Route 12 East, Flemington, NJ 08822 

SPECIAL COLLECTION DAY FOR ELECTRONICS - April 11th and October 10th from 9:00am to 1:00pm (Rain or Shine) at the Route 12 County Complex, Flemington, NJ

SPECIAL COMMUNITY PAPER SHREDDING DAY - Saturday, April 25 and October 24, 2015
(Rain or Shine), 9:00am to 1:00pm at Route 12 County Complex, Flemington, NJ

Our website provides you with important contact information, forms, event listings, links and other information you can use in daily life.  The site will be growing, so be sure to check back often and sign up for email alerts from the Borough.

Bloomsbury is located on the south side of the Musconetcong River in the northwest corner of Hunterdon County.  The name is derived from the Bloom family, who were influential in the early history of the town.  It was once part of Bethlehem Township, but was incorporated as a separate borough in 1905.

The Borough was originally known as "Johnson's Iron Works," named after the charcoal work of Robert Johnson on the north bank of the river.  In colonial days, ore from the Musconetcong Mountain was carried down to the river and made into "blooms," masses of wrought iron from the forge.  This is another theory of how the Borough received its name.

Bloomsbury is the third smallest municipality in Hunterdon County.  While the 20th century saw some expansion of Bloomsbury's residential area, the general character of Bloomsbury as a quiet, tree-lined, small town still remains today.  We are proud of our community and hope you enjoy your visit. 

Additional Local Events

Following are links to Event pages for local groups. When appropriate, information may also be provided.

Hunterdon County Tricentennial Events

Musconetcong Watershed Association

Bloomsbury Elementary School

Hunterdon Senior Services

Clinton Township Senior's Club

Hunterdon County Parks System

Welcome to Bloomsbury's Website!

Winter Snow Removal

After Council’s review of the Borough’s snow removal practices, a decision was made that non-essential alleys that are difficult to navigate either by reason of their configuration or man-made obstructions will be cleared when man power and conditions permit. As a result, if plow drivers of the Borough’s DPW determine in their sole discretion that accessing or attempting to plow any of these alleyways is dangerous and could result in either damage to a borough vehicle or to an adjoining residence, snow will not be removed from those alleys until conditions permit safe passage for DPW vehicles.  This is in accordance with New Jersey Statutory Regulations which only require removal of snow and/or ice from main thoroughfares within the Borough.

As a reminder alternate parking is available at the Borough owned lot at the corner of North Street & Gardner Street. Parking is at your own risk.

Upcoming Bloomsbury Events

2015 Leaf pick-up

Monday, October 19th


Monday, November 30th. 


Brush and leaves placed curbside outside of these dates will be considered in violation of Borough Ordinances.


Please help the street department by keeping leaves in NEAT PILES.


Note:  Landlords – It is your responsibility to notify your tenants of Fall Clean Up.